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Berry’s Favorite Things!

I’ve been wanting to do this for a long time, but my little laptop didn’t have the best video card, so my pictures were just not good enough to show all the wonderful details of all of my favorite things. But now that I have my brand new spankin’ awesome desktop, I’m so HAPPY!!!

Now of course I have a long list of favorite things and I admit they are always changing. However, here is my favorite silk, tattoo and SIM at the moment!

Tattoo Front

My favorite silk of all time (and trust me I have oodles of silk because of my previous belly dancing job at Club Habibi) is,…………drumroll……………the Persia Silk in Teal from Solange Fashions! My goodness I love this silk. And it comes with so many options to wear it. I have way too many pictures in this silk too, because I must say it is just one of my most favorite things to wear. You can see the level of detail in it; it comes with a necklace and veil as well (which I am not wearing.)

Tattoo Back

Now I admit I’m not a big tattoo wearer, sometimes I do, but not always. But out of all my amazing tattoos that I just totally love, this is by far the most detailed and amazing tattoo I own. The name of this tattoo is “A Night in Kandahar” by Garden of Ku. Look at the amount of detail that went into this. And this is not the only phenomenal tattoo by designer Danel Kurosawa of Garden of Ku. He’s just brilliant at what he does and I suggest you look him up NOW!!!

1001 Nights

I just can’t say enough about the beauty and splendor of 1001 Nights. You have to see it with your own eyes (as long as you have a decent video card and a fast connection.) The textures, the design, the detail, the thought, everything put into this SIM is a work of art. You can even go to the library there and pick up the original 1001 Nights translated by Richard Burton all in notecards. I’m not going to say anything more; I’ll just let the pictures do the talking. When you do arrive there though, please remember to read the notecard given and wear the tag provided if you are not interested in role playing.

1001 Nights 2

There are even better images at both of the flickr groups dedicated to this gorgeous SIM. View them here:

I will be doing Berry’s favorite things every once in a while to let you know what my favorites are at that moment! Thanks for reading!


Strawberry has been a Second Life Resident since 2007 and a Linden Lab employee since 2019.

6 thoughts on “Berry’s Favorite Things!

  • 1001virtualnights

    Oh wow your pictures are stunning!

  • Anonymous

    Pics are nice but the building is quite repetitive looking if you go there. I never get why these things get labeled “gorgeous” from a professional standpoint that repetition and the flush walls if you go there are a not attractive.

  • Strawberry Singh

    Thank you so much! I love your SIM, it truely is amazingly GORGEOUS and stunning! 🙂

    I love how people who always have negative things to say never leave their names. 🙂

  • Solange Cerveau


    What a lovely surprise to find you posting about my design, Persia. I’m delighted that it is on your list of current favorites!

    The pictures are very well done and the setting so very appropriate 🙂

    I’ve not yet visited that SIM but I’ve heard so many wonderful things about it. Sounds like they know how to build and use textures to decrease lag without sacrificing design.

    I”ll be sure to swing by the moment I find some free time to explore.

    Take care!


  • Strawberry Singh

    Thank you so much Solange for your thoughtful comments. I really appreciate that you took the time to do that, I’m glad to see that people are actually reading my babbling. hehe

    Definitely check out 1001 Nights once you get the chance, you will not regret it!

  • Wooo looks lovely!

    /me follows instructions and heads there ASAP 😀

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